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visit. >>> the book is "lincoln's forgotten ally: judge advocate general joseph holt of kentucky" judge advocate joseph hot and the author and lincoln prize winner is elizabeth leonard. elizabeth? tell us our audience who this man is. >> judge holt is a kentucky native who came to washington in 1857 after a career as a lawyer and an or or it. orator and became a member of the james buchanan cabinet until the end of the administration. the last post in that administration was to serve as the secretary of war. so he was the secretary of war during the succession winter. he then in 1862 after lincoln had become president and a year in the war became he was the head of military justice and oversaw the court marshall and the military commission. the war department had to conduct. >> why a book on the gentleman? >> the title should give you a clue. i think he's a important figure and he has been understudy. he has not entirely forgotten. that might be a slightly misleading aspect of the title. he is remembered for one aspect. he was the prosecutors of the i sass sin of lincoln. john willings
advocate general joseph holt of kentucky", judge joseph holds, and the author, elizabeth leonard. >> he served as the secretary of war, he was the secretary of war during the winter. in 1862, after lincoln had become president, about a year and a half, it means that he was the head of military justice and oversaw all of the court-martials and military commissions. he served in 1857 until 1875, he was very important during the civil war, his role as judge advocate general was extremely important. it was time that somebody brought the story to life. >> what did you learn about him? through the process, what did you learn about him the most interested you? >> well, i knew from very early on in my acquaintance with judge holds, as a historical figure, the more i studied him, the more i found that he was even more complicated than i had realized. he was a very wise, thoughtful, prickly, challenging figure that was both powerfully loved and hated, and even i came to forgive him for the reasons that i was initially so angered him about. i am very aware of the complexity of the character. that
. kentucky. >>> thrill in the ville two? just a few hours left until the vice presidential candidates square off in kentucky. it's the young gun versus the washington veteran. pressure is on as our battle ground polls show the race is tightening. we'll break down the new flova numbers. confrontation on capitol hill. a hearing about the night the u.s. ambassador was killed in libya produces a lot more questions than answers. one thing is for sure. this is not the argument the white house wants to be having right now. plus under the archives. the last and most unforgettable zingers. the financial debates. good morning from center college here in danville, kentucky, left it behind me. it's october 11th, 2012. yes, that's 10-11-12, one of those cool numerology dates. tonight, if this were the playoffs, tonight would be game two. and after ace romney beat ace obama in game one, democrats are looking for their number two starter, joe biden, to try to even the score. republicans are hoping to go 2-0. team obama needs a strong performance from biden to make up for last week and change the subject, w
. >> kentucky is not exactly a swing state. >> i think students on this campus will be very active. having this event here tonight as increased political engagement tenfold. we have people registered here in danville now, people voting absentee. it gets people excited. we are having these events here on campus to educate a group of people. i cannot tell you how many people have talked to from nearby universities that are more excited than they ever have been about engaging politically. ultimately that will lead to increased numbers at the polls. >> you have told us that you are interested as a premed student and hope to go in to public health for your career. one of the centerpieces for policy debate this time around is going to be on the president of the health care law. from a policy perspective, where are you and what do you think your party offers on healthcare? >> i will start by telling you where i am on that law. i see president obama's health care legislation as adding 32 million people to an already broken system. if you have a broken base and you pour water into it, it is going t
who this man is. >> a kentucky native who came to washington in 1857 after a career as a lawyer and ordered and became a member of james began his cabinet and serve in his cabinet until the very end of buchanan's administration. his last post in that administration was to serve as the secretary of work, so he was the secretary of war during the session winter. he then in '86 to after lincoln became president and about a year-and-a-half into the work became his judge advocate general which means he was the head of military justice and oversaw all of the court-martial's and military commissions and so on the of the administration. >> why a book on this gentleman? >> the title should give you a clue. a very important figure, and he has been completely under study. he is not entirely forgotten. that might be slightly misleading. he is remembered for one aspect of his service in the government, which is that he is the prosecutor of the excesses of lincoln, john wilkes booth action team. but he served in the federal government for 1857 until 1875. he was very important during the civi
matthews in center college in danville, kentucky, site of tonight's vice presidential debate. let me start with this. it's fairly well-known how frustrated a lot of us, you, me, as i said a lot of us, are at what happened in the first debate last week. it's come to me with this election is about and what that first meeting between the president and his challenger was not about. the differences between these two men is grand canyon sized, grand canyon sized. the president led the creation of the national health insurance program, governor romney said this week again he would dump obama's health care plan and send the 40 million suddenly uninsured into the emergency room letting them sit there. the romney/ryan team has other plans in place of medicare which covers people who have retired, it would offer them vouchers. vouchers. imagine some 80-year-old to get on that bus somewhere and go try to find someone to sell them a health insurance policy. good luck, granny. that's not the whole of it. listen to romney when you're not supposed to be listen pentagon the best time to listen to him is wh
. elizabeth, tell our audience who the man is. >> judge holtz is a kentucky native who came to washington in 1857 after a career as a lawyer and an orator and became a member of james buchanan's cabinet and served there until the end of buchanan's administration. the last post in the administration was to serve as the secretary of war so he was the secretary of war during the succession winter. he then, in 1862, after lincoln was president, a year and a half into the war, was lincoln's judge advocate general, head of military justice overseeing the court marshalls and military commissions and so on that the war department had to conduct. >> why a book on this gentleman? >> well, the title showed give you a clue. he's a very important figure, and he has been completely understudied. he's not entirely forgotten. that might be a slightly misleading aspect of the title, but he's remembered for one aspect of his service in the government which is he was the prosecutor of the assassins of lincoln, johns wilkesbooth ox team. he served from 1857 until 1875. he was important in the civil war. his
, kentucky. i'll see you on your local fox broadcast station. for the journalist of fox news, thanks for checking in. it's prime time on america's choice for news and information. here comes mr. bill. >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight -- >> so joe, there you go again pointing backwards again. >> bill: four years ago, sarah palin went up against joe biden and many think she won that debate. how did the governor prepare and what are the vice president's weak points? sarah palin will be on "the factor" tonight. >> i've always been a catholic and middle class working person. i had to stand up for my faith. vice president biden, i think he sold out to the system. >> bill: a traditional values group attacking mr. biden and using his catholic faith to do it. is that fair? the culture warriors will analyze. >> the majority of americans are in an ugly mood. >> bill: back in 1994, barak obama promoting the cause of affirmative action. this week the supreme court began another affirmative action case. megyn kelly will report. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the fa
, dana perino. live from college in danville, kentucky, where it got 10 degrees hotter it's kimberly guilfoyle. it's 5:00 in new york city. 3:00 a.m. in andrea's cave made of shoes. this is "the five." let's do this, america. ♪ ♪ >> greg: so tonight's debate is special. the first time america will really see paul ryan. it's the first time you will see joe biden live, since may. so where has he been? my guess is they told him he was working on a top secret plan to prevent global chaos, which meant sittin sitting in am watching "matlock" reruns. what is joe's strategy in general motors is alive and bin laden is dead. paul ryan says to this, if g.m. alive why is detroit dead? why is everything around it stiff? if that is victory, imagine what failure is like. if you celebrate the rebirth of detroit, you can do the same with meningitis. for bin laden is dead, so is christophersteins, smith, doherty and woods. if you take credit for one, you have to take responsibility for the others. unfortunately, they let a victory lap become victory lapse. downplaying terror, covering up incompete
college in danville, kentucky. the site of the vice presidential debate. let me start with this about tonight. it's certainly well known how frustrated a lot of us, you, me, a lot of us at what happened at the first presidential debate. it's come to me what this election is all about and with this first meeting last week between the president and his challenger was not about. the different is between these two people, between obama and romney, his grand canyon size. the president led the creation of the now health insurance program. governor romney said this week again that he would dump obama's health care plan, get rid of it and send the 47 million uninsured into the emergency room, letting them sit there. the ryan/romney team would allow people vouchers. i imagine telling an 80-year-old to get on a bus and find someone to sell them a health inpolicy. that's not all of it. mr. romney, when you're not supposed to be listening to him, that's when you should listen to him. his condensation on seniors and social security, that they should take spoon buiresponsibi their lives. if you hav
presidential debate on the stage behind me three hours away. live from danville, kentucky, this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. we're live tonight at norton center for the arts at center college in danville, kentucky. three hours from now, we will witness the only vice presidential debate of the campaign season. trainers say styles make fights. tonight's verbal battle could not offer more of a contrast. youthful paul ryan, self-described numbers whiz, versus the veteran, joe biden, a washington insider with a reputation for unpredictability. we have fox chief coverage. carl cameron inside the spin room with a campaign update. we begin with chief white house correspondent ed henry outside the hall. with a look at what each man needs to accomplish tonight. good evening. >> good evening, bret. a lot of pressure on the vice president to come up big tonight after the first debate to stop what republicans are calling mittmentum. a win tonight bypaul ryan coulda camp to panic mode. he is pumping up expectations for the sparring partner. the 42-year-old congressm
's leading news station, this is news4 at 11. >>> right now at 11:00 -- fight night in kentucky and joe biden and paul ryan debate. >>> a town in maryland destroyed by flames, three families display placed. >>> a little boy tumbles 80 feet out of a window. see what broke his fall and who came to his rescue. >>> a wild night for nats fans. the team kept their hopes alive, jayson werth came up clutch in walk-off fashion. >> we have team coverage, erika gonzalez has reaction from fans. first let's startith dan hellie. it was quite a finish. >> a lot of baseball firsts this year, but today had to be the best. the nationals get the first postseason win in washington, d.c., since 1933 and they did it in dramatic fashion, a walk-off home run from their highest paid player, jayson werth, for a night the most popular guy in the most powerful guy in the world. bottom of the ninth, everyone in the ballpark on the edge of their seats. jayson werth facing lance lynn. on the 13th pitch of the at-bat seals the deal, a walk-off home run for werth and a historic win for the nationals, 2-1 the final. the serie
. round one. the only round, actually, here. joe biden, paul ryan. both have arrived in danville, kentucky, to battle tonight in debate. and the vice president landed just about within the past hour or so. that's his daughter there on his left. by his side, ashley and hunter and bo got officer two, as well. paul ryan flew in to town yesterday for the debate that begins in less than seven hours. keep in mind that is 9:00 eastern time. we have jim acosta on the ground in danville. i want to start with brianna keilar, white house correspondent, in kentucky for us, as well, right now. let's start with the exclusive pictures. the picture you have sort of behind the scenes and see is that the replica of the debate set and seeing joe biden? >> reporter: it's very similar to the debate set that we'll see tonight during the debate here in danville, kentucky. the pictures you are looking at, actually, though are of what's really a second floor ballroom in the wilmington, delaware, shert sherton. you can see how much the biden team tried to duplicate the tea here. >> here we go. >>. >> reporter: the
in kentucky. can paul ryan keep the republican momentum going in his face-off with joe biden? >> skrooip vice-presidential candidates joe biden get their chance when the two square off in kentucky in the one and only debate. and jason, let's first talk about, i guess it's been six weeks or so since the paul ryan selection. how well has he done on the ticket and added to the romney campaign? >> well, i think he's helped to energize republicans and i think he's helped romney and turned out to be a solid pick and the first role is do no harm and he's cleared that bar. i don't think he's helped as much in wisconsin, romney was hoping to get a pump there and maybe make it more competitive and the real clear politics average, up by about seven points and that hasn't panned out and put a bunch of ads out after the convention and wanted to put wisconsin in play and that hasn't worked out. overall, i think that ryan has been a solid pick and part of the debate and there's no evidence that it's harming the ticket. >> paul: kim, the poll right after the ryan pick for the two weeks leading up to the repu
tonight in kentucky in their one and only debate. new poll numbers show the current vp has his work cut out for him. according to a new survey from the pew center, just 39% of registered voters view biden favorably compared to 44% who favor ryan. when it comes to predicting the winner of tonight's debate, 40% of registered voters say ryan will come out on top, while 34% think biden will prevail. nbc's tracie potts is joining us from washington with a preview of the debate. tracie, good morning. >>> lynn, good morning. the pressure is definitely on . paul ryan somewhat of the underdog because vice president's done this a number of times before, but you can see he's favored in those numbers. he's been in florida, and before that in virginia doing at least three mock debates that we know of. now he's already in kentucky. the vice president will arrive later this afternoon, just hours before that debate begins. we are told he's been in delaware, not only studying ryan's book and his speeches, but his budget as well. apparently expecting to make a big point of that ryan budget tonight. the p
to keep up his campaign's new momentum. paul ryan arrived in kentucky ahead of his first nationally televised debate. the number two man on the gop ticket told reporters earlier in florida voters will see a clear choice when he faces off against vice president joe biden. >> joe biden has been on the stage before. he's been on these big stages. it's my first time. what he can't run from is president obama's indefensible record. they are just offering more of the same. >> reporter: ryan will face an opponent who occasional causes controversy with free wheeling statements. but republicans know vice president biden is a seasoned debater. usually vice presidential debates don't greatly impact elections. but with the president's lackluster debate performance many believe the democrats desperately need the vice president to deliver tonight. >> what it will do especially for the obama campaign after this horrific debate that president obama had last week, it will stop the bleeding. >> reporter: romney and the president debate for a second time next week in new york. some new additional info
biden and paul ryan face off tonight in kentucky and the only vice presidential debates. after last week's strong showing by mitt romney in the presidential debate, ryan is looking to continue that momentum. ron mott reports. >> reporter: after one final cram debate session in florida, paul ryan emerged wednesday sporting a sweet tooth. and an appetite for a fight with the vice president. he even flexed his muscles for "time" magazine. a photo shoot from last year headed back to newsstands. >> he's one of the most extreme debaters we have in politics but the achilles' heel he has is president obama's record. >> he walked into a rock star welcome in kentucky in kentucky. his opponent, vice president, joe biden, is scheduled to arrive later today having prepped by battle by consuming all things ryan. his speeches, his budget, his book. >> i just want to make sure that when i say these things that i don't have the congressman say, no, i don't have that position or that's not the governor's position. >> reporter: many expect tonight's debate to feature the fireworks largely absent last week
biden and paul ryan will share the stage in kentucky. cbs reporter randall pinkston tells us one of the candidates is fueling up on two things. sports drinks and animal crackers. >> reporter: paul ryan is in kentucky getting ready for his face-to-face meeting with ce president joe biden. leading up to the debate, mitt romney's running mate has been trying to raise expectations for the current vice president. >> joe is one of the most experienced debaters we have in itics but the achilles' heel he has is president obama's record. >> reporter: the city of danville rolled out the welcome mat for the candidates bringing a big spotlight to this small college town. >> it's one thing to study politics and government in the classroom and it's another to see it from a front row seat. >> reporter: vice president joe been out of the public eyes reportedly fueling up on gatorade and animal crackers during his debate prem in his home state of delaware. a congressman stood in for paul ryan in biden's mock debate. former michigan governor olm had e jennifer job fo
night's debate we go now to nbc's steve handelsman. he is at the debate site in danville, kentucky. steve, good morning. >> reporter: lynn, thanks. good morning from danville, kentucky, where they differed sharply on practically all the big issues, but these are smart, well-informed politicians. paul ryan and joe biden both had reason to feel good about how that came across here last night. a long-time democratic insider versus a republican young gun whose ticket has new momentum. mitt romney was watching. barack obama too. moderator martha raddatz of abc. they tangled on iran. >> we're moving faster toward a nuclear weapon. it's because this administration has no credibility on this issue. >> we will not allow the iranians to get a nuclear weapon. you're going to go to war, is that what you want to do now? >> we want to prevent war. >> reporter: on the middle class what about mitt romney saying 47% of americans feel entitled to government benefits? >> i think the vice president very well knows that sometimes the words don't come out of your mouth the right way. >> but i always say
. ryan took time out today to have breakfast with his family in kentucky. he and governor romney will campaign together in ohio tonight. >>> well, some recally right after the debate showed people who are split over who they think came on top. a cnn survey found paul right the winner. 48% to -- ryan the winner. 48% to 45%. a cbs poll found that both candidates made solid impressions but most of those thought the debate was a win for vice president biden. the third survey thought boyden one 50% and -- biden one, 50% and then 31. sandra endo is live in kentucky with more. >> reporter: the day after pundits are debating the debate. >> joe biden is passionate about these issues. he also pointed out how bad this plan of theirs would be for the democrats. >> reporter: joe biden and paul ryan presented starkly divisions for the country. >> 23 million americans are struggling for work today. 15% of americans are living in poverty today. this is not what a real recovery looks like. >> and they are holding hostage the middle-class tax cut because they say we won't pass, we won't continue t
throughout kentucky and tennessee. they were under a tornado watch in kentucky and tennessee. i think the area of severe weather will be over ohio and north herb kentucky tomorrow. i can't see us seeing any severe thunderstorm warnings. we are going to get, though, some more reign showers. we're in the 50s right now to low 60s. the temperatures tomorrow are going to be getting on the warm side. we'll started to first at the bus stop, 55-59 degrees. in fact, some moderate and heavy pockets of rain expected. here's what i'm looking at. anywhere that you see the yellow and orange, that's where that could be some heavy rain. so first thing tomorrow morning. we get it at 5:00. we get it at 6:00 a.m. i think most of that rain will be gone by the tail end of the morning rush. still, though, some showers throughout the area. maybe a few thunderstorms down to our south. but that is about it. and then as we get into wednesday, we'll see that front make its way out of here. still some clouds rotating through. it may be a little bit of rain. the bulk of the rain comes tomorrow and comes tomorrow
en danville, kentucky, se enfrentan en el unico debate vice presidencial joe biden y paul ryan, en lo que puede ser un choque de contrastes... fernando pizarro nos tiene los detalles... . =================== por 90 minutos, en segmentos de 10 minutos y sentados ante 1 una mesa en el centre college de danville, kentucky, estaran el vicepresidente joe biden, de 69 anos, con el joven congresista republicano paul ryan, de 42. de estilos diferentes, debatiran sobre politica exterior y asuntos domesticos, en 1 enfrentamiento que podria definir lo que queda de campana. esta por verse si cambiara las opiniones de votantes registrados latinos, quienes segun 1 informe del centro hispano pew, tienen mayor identificacion que antes por los democratas. mark lopez, centro hispano pew entre los votantes latinos ahora hay mucho apoyo para barack obama. 7 de cada 10 votantes latinos van a votar por barack obama. y solamente el 21% dice lo mismo sobre mitt romney. educacion, empleos, salud son las prioridades de los votantes latinos. inmigracion aparece en el quinto lugar. 7 de cada 10 estan seguros de
ryan prepare to square off tonight in kentucky. new poll numbers show the current vp has his work cut out for him. according to a new survey from the pew center, just 39% of voters like biden, 44% like ryan. the winner of tonight's debate, 40% of voters say ryan will come out on top while 34% think biden will prevail. nbc news's tracie potts joins us. >>> the pressure is definitely on vice president biden to turn things around. he's got the experience on the debate stage to do so, but as you saw in those numbers, it looks like the public is betting more on paul ryan. ryan took a bit of an excursion yesterday while he was practicing in florida saying that the vice president will probably come at me like a cannonball but that the obama record, as ryan put it, is his akil lee's heel. he's in kentucky, ryan is, after debate prep in florida and georgia. he's done three mock debates. meanwhile, the vice president has been in delaware focusing on ryan's book, speeches and budget. he wants to give ryan no chance to say this was not our position. the white house reluctant to address the debate
stage, vice president joe biden and judgment knee paul ryan preparing for their face-off in kentucky. the vice -- and nominee paul ryan preparing for their face- off in kentucky. the vice president is known for his debating background. >> reporter: ryan was 3 years old when biden first game a u.s. senator. >> he's been doing this for 40 years. what i hope to get out of this debate is to present people with a very clear choice. >> reporter: ryan is trying to downplay expectations, but a new poll show more voters believe he'll do better than biden thursday night. susan mcguiness, cbs news, danville, kentucky. >>> do you like your spuds? so do the potato farmers in idaho. they planted nearly 350,000 acres of them which is 8% more than last year. that's good for you, maybe not so good for the farmers because larger supply could mean the price goes down which again is good for you, not so good for them. >> baked poe take toffees are never really -- potatoes are never really expensive and they're good with little bits of bacon. >>> on this date in 1979 we recorded our earliest measurabl
be a feisty debate. here is senator rand paul of the fine state of kentucky, a beautiful state. we are told that they are going to get down and dirty on the data. that could be interesting. what do you think? >>guest: entitlements are consuming the budget. two-thirds of our budget is entitlements. if you are an elected official and you are unwilling to look at reforming the entitlement you should not be in office. this could be a good discussion to talk about entitlements. >>neil: just over the last four years they have green markedly and we asked some of these, just what has been going on the last four years something i want to bring up with the senator, just on medicare alone, if we can take a look at that and the growth in medicare spending over the last four years to the point where we have gone from $390 billion to $485 billion, but what caught my eye is just those who are benefiting from entitlement programs. this is far more important than what you are showing, disability enrollment up 18 percent. medicaid enrollment up 19 percent. food stamp enrollment, north of 65 percent. those ar
. in danville, kentucky tune in on tuesday for next debate between president obama and governor romney. in new york. >> more is coming up right here. >> and we're coming to you live from the spin room a special edition of hannity. we're loaded up tonight and have a frank luntz focus group. governor sara palin will be here tonight. a lot of ground to cover. joe biden laughing seemingly uncontrol bli. rude, condescending. how will this play out? we have substance issues a lot of the american people might not ab ware of. he said bengazy that they hadn't requested security? that is inaccurate. first, our good friend frank luntz is standing by in ohio. take it away. >> okay. we've got 26 of you. i want to et is the stage. who voted for barack obama in 2008? raise your hand. who voted for john mccain in 2008? okay. so this is a group leaning towards obama. it's important. all of you are undecided. correct? let's do this. i want to do a word to describe paul ryan's performance tonight. >> paul ryan an awesome opponent. >> quickly. >> i thought he did a good job. >> go ahead. >> i thought ryan and mar
defended her killer in court. we are taking your calls. out to marty in kentucky. hi, marty, what's your question? >> caller: my question is, how low is morality got our morals and our values in this country got to sink before the judges and the judicial system will wake up and start giving these killers sentences that are appropriate for the crime? >> and you know what, marty in kentucky, what this judge did, district court judge douglas walker, he says that sending killer dad to jail would not rehabilitate him. well, i'm quoting from killer dad in court. he said i love my daughter very much. i was told i was too young to raise her and that turned out to be true. now, what is he going to do? he'll probably get out. get somebody else pregnant and have another baby. the very best in taste, freshness, and nutrition? it's eb. want to give them more vitamins, omega 3s, and less saturated fat? it's eb. eggland's best eggs. eb's. the only eggs that make better taste and better nutrition... easy. eggland's best eggs. better taste. better nutrition. better eggs. it's eb. >>> cops arrive on the s
to marty in kentucky. hi, marty, what's your question? >> caller: my question is, how low is morality got our morals and our values in this country got to sink before the judges and the judicial system will wake up and start giving these killers sentences that are appropriate for the crime? >> and you know what, marty in kentucky, what this judge did, district court judge douglas walker, he says that sending killer dad to jail would not rehabilitate him. well, i'm quoting from killer dad in court. he said i love my daughter very much. i was told i was too young to raise her and that turned out to be true. now, what is he going to do? he'll probably get out. get somebody else pregnant and have another baby. syou know, i've helped a lot off people save a lot of money. but today...( sfx: loud noise of large metal object hitting the ground) things have been a little strange. (sfx: sound of piano smashing) roadrunner: meep meep. meep meep? (sfx: loud thud sound) what a strange place. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> cops arrive on the scene
. the race for the white house is now focused in danville kentucky. and the race is for the presidential face off. paul ryan does not deny joe biden has more experience. >> i noel come and attack us. the problem he has, he has president barack obama's record he has to run on. >> reporter: with a virtual tie, the steaks in danville are high. especially after last week's debate where mitt romney was emerging victorious over president barack obama. he ended up distracting from the message such as this comment in virginia. >> unchained wall street. they are going to put you all back in chains. >> it is said before 70 million people so all debates are tough but i am looking forward to it. >> he said he has confidence in his running mate. >> i think joe just needs to be joe. congressman joe is affective and good speaker. >> . >> reporter: despite the nearly 30 year age gap, they actually get along quite well. live in denville kentucky, back to you. >> you can watch it beginning at 6:00 tonight and ktvu channel 2 morning news it will follow immediately on our website www.ktvu.com. >>> mitt romney i
and kentucky was 20009 senator bunning was talking about not running dry showed up at the tea party miss it i will take off 20 minutes there be 20 people like me better mad there were nearly 1,000 people and a new something big was going on. >> host: at that point* did you think about office? >> no. i toyed with the fact talk with funding not running if he does not i might. but showing up to see the rally said there was enough big people up there like myself and would sit at home end watch the news get up -- been happy think about my business but everybody else was doing this the debt was exploding so that is when i started to think about it. >> a lot is about the 2010 campaign. in the misrepresentation of view. what do you like to point* out? >> people characterize us has not a movement. rich guys funding the tea party. i did it meet any rich guys. they were so decentralized was citi by a city. sometimes there are two of them within one town. this was a bottom of movement we were unhappy with republicans when bush said in order to save the free-market i had to give up on capitalism that dist
in danville, kentucky tonight. >> reporter: both candidates of course, are already in town and they have done their walkthroughs. now they're back relaxing with family members. >> i will not let you down. >> reporter: the vice-president -- will vice-president joe biden come out swinging. the president admitted he didn't bring his a game. >> i think joe needs to be joe. >> reporter: can biden pick up the momentum. today he was asked if he who layup or go for the knockout punch. >> ever see me rope a dope. >> reporter: ryan will -- eye know how he will attack us. the problem he has is he has barack obama's record. >> reporter: a strong showing from ryan could boost romney more in the poles. who's the better sales man? tonight it's all about who can better deliver the message. we're also getting some insight from both sides of the aisle and what to expect. as far as paul ryan, he will focus on substance as far as the vice-president he might be scrappy and competitive. we have to see how it plays out. >> where do voters stand? who do they think will take this win tonight? >> reporter: think back
their first and only debate in kentucky. >> as far as the presidential candidates obama will campaign in florida today and romney in north carolina. there's a new nbc wall street journal poll which shows romney made gains in the swing states of virginia, florida, and ohio. the largest in virginia, where now he's ahead of the president. now more from brandi hitt. >> the second round belongs to the running mates. >> i feel good about it. >> paul ryan and vice president joe biden say they are ready to go toe to toe in danville, kentucky. >> i have been studying his positions. >> and there is a critical time in the campaign. >> i've been in business 25 years. i have no idea what you are talking about. >> last week mitt romney dominated in his first debate against president obama. the president even admitted he had a bad night. >> your supporters have been saying you did not show up. >> there's no doubt i can make a better case, which is why i so look forward to tuesday. >> is it possible you gave up your reelection that night. >> no. >> we cannot afford another series of budget deficits o
. but a body has been found. we will have the very latest. >>> fight night in kentucky. the debate billed as a political boxing match, now just hours away. as the president explains his debate performance to diane sawyer. >>> deadly collapse. a massive parking garage crumbles. an all-out battle to rescue a man trapped in that wreckage. >>> governor's goof. hoping to ease the meningitis scare, he offers a phone sex hotline, instead. >>> good thursday morning. i'm sunny hostin. >> i'm john muller. rob and paula are off this morning. we begin this thursday with a grim discovery in a desperate search for a colorado girl missing since last friday. >> abc's clayton sandell has been following the jessica ridgeway case from the start. and has the latest on the tragic turn from westminster, colorado. >> reporter: late wednesday night, police announced a body had been found near a park in the denver suburb of or vanna. at this point, they won't a officially confirm it is 10-year-old jessica ridgeway. but multiple sources tell abc news, they believe it is the girl's body. positive identification may
has a preview from danville, kentucky. >> reporter: congressman paul ryan arrived in kentucky ahead of his first nationally televised debate. the number 2 man on the gop ticket told reporters earlier in florida, voters will see a clearchoice when he faces off against vice president joe biden. >> joe biden has been on this stage before. he has been on these big stages. it's my first time. but what he can't run from is president obama's indefensible ortho. they are just offering more of the same. >> reporter: ryan will face an opponent who occasionally causes controversy with freewheeling statements. republicans also know vice president joe biden is a seasoned debater. >> 30, 40, 50, 60, million people, nothing like standing up before them. >> reporter: usually vice- presidential debates don't affect elections but many believe democrats are desperate for vice president joe biden to make a strong showing after president obama's poor showing in the first presidential debate. >> after this horrific debate that president obama had last week, it could stop the bleeding. >> reporter: new po
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